Gription and Poption

Gription and Poption
    Adam and Ray are back to complain about all the miscommunications in Adam’s life. They also discuss the first female Oldhafer, the proper way to file, and how to structure an addition to your property.

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    Show Summary

    Adam opens the show talking with Ray about his current projects, and ranting about a series of miscommunications while trying to do press for his crowdfunding venture. Ray then talks about the first female Oldhafer, and the guys respond to a video question about slippery tiles in the rain. Later they respond to an email question about an ugly brick fireplace. Ray’s tip this week deals with the proper way to file something, and he and Adam discuss the studio console that Adam built. As the show wraps up, the guys take calls about mud & trim, old houses built in earthquake country, and the best way to go about structuring an addition to your property.

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    Producers: Matt Fondiler & Gary Smith
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2 Responses to “Gription and Poption”

  1. oh Holland
    2014/03/08 at 3:17 pm #

    Since the homeowner with the natural brick fireplace plans to either sell or rent soon, he should consider this inexpensive but attractive mod: whitewash. Being semi-transparent, it doesn’t relay the painted fireplace vibe, just looks weathered and soft — and that works with about any style.

    Check out the URL I posted.

  2. Everett
    2014/03/08 at 5:43 pm #

    The file thing was a good subject for a tip IMO. DIY’ers do need to learn how to do some things, just the tip shouldn’t be about a bunch of shit people like the porcelain punisher know about, but rather things they DON’T know about.

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